It is ensured that the University community has access to the disinfectants; it is recommended to avoid close human contact and to follow other WHO recommendations.
In order to diminish human contact and to ensure the isolation, all the University staff are working remotely from March 13 through 27, with the exception of the cases when it is not possible due to the nature of work.
If you feel flu-like symptoms, such as fever, cough, shortness of breath or other respiratory problems, if you experience muscle pain or fatigue, please call immediately the Emergency Help Centre line 1808 and follow medical advice.
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Persons coming from any foreign country must self-isolate themselves at home. Aiming to stop the threats of the novel COVID-19, the new regulations for self-isolation have been authorised by the Lithuanian
Minister of Health. These regulations describe the procedures of self-isolation at home or at other living spaces for patients who have the infection, for people who suspect that they have the infection and for those who might have had the contact with the infected person.
For more information, please visit the page of the Lithuanian Ministry of Health.
From March 13 to March 27 KTU suspended the face to face delivery of learning and teaching.
From March 13, the classes are suspended for all the KTU students of all study cycles, study forms and courses – the students are provided two weeks of holidays until March 27. The classes are being rescheduled, moved forward by two weeks using the time of the spring holidays. It is being planned that the spring semester will end on June 6, and the exam session – on July 4, 2020 (these dates are subject to change depending on the decisions of the Lithuanian Government).
The preparation of the final projects has not been suspended. The students are preparing their final projects and consulting remotely with their supervisors.
From March 13 to 27 the academic community will prepare for moving the classes online. More information for teachers on how to prepare for delivering the classes online will be provided in the directive by the Vice-Rector for Studies.
If laboratory equipment is needed, the research is carried out at the University premises. Working at the laboratories, the guidelines of occupational safety must be followed; the staff must take all the protective measures against the infection:
The responsibility for any incidents happening in the laboratories falls on the 1st level department’s manager.
During the aforementioned period of time, all the University staff is working remotely, except when it is not possible due to the nature of work.
For those working in the office, it is recommended to avoid large meetings and physical contacts.
From March 13 to March 27 the work organising process at KTU is changed and the study process is suspended. During this period, the academic community will prepare for the online teaching.
All the staff of the KTU Central Administration is working remotely; all the documents are being processed via the intranet or by contacting the responsible member of the staff via email. For the needed signatures, please contact the relevant member of administrative staff.
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At the moment, the main door of the Central Building is closed. The entrance to the building is possible through the back door (from the side of the parking).
The Central Library and the libraries at the faculties are working Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 13.00. The University community members can borrow and return books, however, the study and reading areas are closed.
KTU sports club is closed from March 16 to March 27.
During this time, all the events and meetings are cancelled; all the abroad work trips of the staff are being suspended.
For Lithuanian citizens who are abroad the possibilities are being provided to come back home. They are being encouraged to do so as soon as possible.
All the information regarding the national emergency level in Lithuania is posted and updated on the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs page.
The International Relations Department has contacted and is in touch with all the KTU students who are on study exchange through Erasmus+ programme and bilateral agreements. The students who decide to suspend their studies or internship (immediately, or, depending on the situation, in the future) will be granted this possibility. Every case will be assessed individually, aiming to ensure that the students would not experience financial loss.
Following the general recommendations, the students coming back now and later will have the opportunity to produce the original mobility proof documents at later date.
All the relevant and up-to-date information about the spreading of the coronavirus can be found on the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and on the website of the European Commission.
All the documents are being processed via the intranet, or by contacting the relevant member of staff via email.
Taking into consideration coronavirus COVID-19 global outbreak publishing houses grant free access to e-resources. Worldwide publishers give access to research results and study resources.
“Statyk ir važiuok” parking lot next to Circle K petrol station (Savanorių Avenue 124)
“Statyk ir važiuok” parking lot next to Siemens Arena (V. Gerulaičio Street 1)
Parking lot next
Valakampiai I beach
Kaunas camping site
(Jonavos Street 51A)
Parking lot next to Švyturys Arena (Dubysos Street 10)
Parking lot next to Šiauliai Arena (Jablonskio Street 16)
Parking lot next to Cido Arena
(Parko Street 12)
Parking lot of the Cultural Centre (Pramonės Street 1B)
Next to Indoors Football Arena
(Kauno Street 125)
Stadium parking lot
(Užpalių Street 100)
Parking lot next to the building of the Red Cross Association
(V. Kudirkos Street 2)
Parking lot between Telšiai District Police Headquarters and the viaduct, next to the former garrison.